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. >>> cnbc's jackie deangelis has that story and more. >> good morning eun. a federal judge will rule today whether to approve bp's deal to plead guilty to manslaughter and other charges in the gulf oil spill. bp would pay a record $4 billion in criminal fines. before issuing her ruling, a judge will hear from relatives of the 11 workers who were killed when the deep water horizon rig exploded. bp agreed in november to plead guilty to charges related to the deaths adds for lying to congress. meantime, many americans may be keeping up the 9:00 to 5:00 grind for years to come. ameritrade found the average baby boomer is half a million dollars short on retirement savings. three quarters of boomers have to rely heavily on social security in their golden years and last week census date showed that more people are putting retirement off. they're continuing to work past the age of 65 because they need the extra money. eun, back to you. >>> jackie, thank you. >>> closing arguments begin today in the trial for an anne arundel county executive acute cuesed of misconduct. he's also accused of misusing
:00," jackie bensen will have more on how this website is becoming increasingly popular. plus a look at the dangers of it can pose. >>> out of date and badly broken and everyone knows it. here's how president obama just described the nation's immigration system before laying out his vision for how to fix it. leanne gregg is live in las vegas where the president just wrapped up his remarks. >> reporter: president obama called important quick passage of immigration reform. he was optimistic saying important first time in many years republicans and democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together. he said if congress doesn't act in a i'mly manner he will push for his own legislation. his plan outlined today provides a path to citizenship. undocumented immigrants would have to register with the practical government, pay pines and taxes, and undergo background checks. but first, increased border security would have to be proven before any reforms take effect. >> thank you. the reason i came here today is because of a challenge where the differences are dwindling. where broad consensus
was killed last week by man she met through the site. news4's jackie bensen talked to the victim's family and expert explains why these sites can be so dangerous. >> i was just trying to download to figure out what it was. i didn't know what it was. >> reporter: sean she talking about hearing from detectives that his beautiful and beloved daughter, 18, met the man suspected of killing her through an iphone app called tagged. >> honestly, she didn't know. >> reporter: tagged is an app originally designed for teens that lets users text each other via the internet. it encourages people to connect or tag lots of people with similar interests in a short time. it claims 80 million registered users which would make it one of the largest social networking, sites. it is also subject of a number of internet warnings. her grandmother believes a lapse of judgment. she was found shot to death near 5th and mickol son streets north west last provide morning. her murder plunged her family into a nightmare of pain. >> this is a bad thing. this is a bad thing. it should be controlled. it should not be some
, jack and jackie harbaugh, the parents of john and jim, married for 51 years, will have their own press conference so we can fin out where they are watching the game, who they are rooting for, who they are rooting against, how do they hanel having both sons in the big game? all of the questions answered tomorrow during their press conference. and on friday, the harbaugh brothers will have a joint press conference. >> i'm telling you right now, if i were one of the parents, i would be wearing a big hat, hiding behind a big foam one. the cameras will be on their faces the whole time. thank you, carlos. >> fantastic harbaugh impressions, i have to say. >> the super bro, i like that. >> first one at media day at 5:00 a.m. it's media day! carlos by himself in that room. >> good stuff. thank you, christine. we'll check back in with you later. >>> the big story, today is the day president obama kicks off the tour to push the plan to overhaul him grags, on the heels of the new senate plan. >> the senate plan, introduces a path to citizenship after the borders are secure, and after that, undocum
other, two head coaches will face each other and the story's become so big, carol, their parents, jackie and john, will be holding their own press conference tomorrow and john and jim will be holding their own press conference together on friday. so it is certainly a family affair here in new orleans and a topic a lot of people want to know a lot about. we're wondering where are jackie and jack going to sit during the super bowl, we'll find that out as well as many things about the harbaughs later on. >> if they sit there with the other fans, the cameras will be on them all the time and they have to keep their faces impassive. that would be so hard. joe carter, thanks so much. >>> a ravens superfan has won a trip to the super bowl thanks to this performance. >> ahhh! >> no, no! >> even the dog was confused. keith letorneau went absolutely crazy after the ravens beat denver in the playoffs, his wife, rachel, caught his hysterics on camera phone and posted it on youtube. the video went viral leading to representatives from a credit card company visiting the letorneau home. >> two hats for
you actually have a press conference for the parents. jack and jackie harbaugh married 51 years, they're going to have their own press conference on wednesday and then a joint press conference with the two coaches together john and jim on friday. that's your harbaugh week planned out. >> i've been doing a little reading on football and i have found the ravens and 49 rgs are both undefeated in the super bowl and the 49ers are going for a record-tying sixth win at the super bowl. one of these teams is going to go home very, very upset. having said that, who has the edge? >> reporter: right now the ravens are a 3.5-point favorite but the game could go either way. everyone's talking the ravens. but in the playoffs the ravens are averaging 31 points in the playoffs. the san francisco 49ers with colin kaepernick as their high-energy quarterback, they have an explosive offense. they all say defense is the key but this could be a big offensive battle and right now 3.5 points, it's really one of those things, the 49ers are actually favored. it's one of those things where you could have an expl
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